I haven’t styled our entryway for Fall before so I thought it would be fun to play around this year!
See what I did for our porch, living room, dining room, and kitchen for fall this year!
I went with a vintage, black and white fall entryway!
We have a pretty large and open entryway which I don’t typically decorate seasonally. This year, I wanted to add a few small fall touches though!
I already had a lot of black and white photos and pieces in the entryway so I decided to work with that and use other fall touches to accompany them. I kept it pretty simple, but I love it!
Our church pew is the best piece I have in this space. See what it looked like before, HERE. It makes such a presence and I love styling it all different ways.
I added a chunky throw blanket and kept the black and white pillows I had on it already. I put some more heirloom pumpkins on the pew and on the floor along with my favorite baby boo pumpkins!
The old record player needed a new home so I tried it underneath the pew and it fit perfectly! I layered in the little straw tote and some harvest baskets.
Above the church pew, I kept all the same black and white photos I have had up for a while. They represent our family with our last name, our family’s farmhouse, and the beautiful photo from Christine, Shutter Tree Photos, which is to remember the wine that our family used to make on the farm. I love this mini gallery wall!
We have an awkward little space in between the stairs so I kept the big basket full of white and cream pillows and added in the vintage lace tablecloth. I love that it is worn and looks like a fall color. Behind the basket, I added a bunch of wheat stems to the big apple basket.
This was a fun space to style for Fall. I love that I was able to play off of what was already there to create a new and unique entryway.
What do you think of my fall entryway?
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Be sure to hop on over to Sarah, Grace in my Space to see her beautiful fall decor! She's sharing her dining room!
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